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Brynn DiGuglielmo scored early in the second half and host John Jay tightened up defensively as the game neared its end to lead the hometown Wolves to a season-opening 1-0 victory over Horace Greeley under the lights in Cross River, Oct. 13.

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The Sept. 24 meeting of the Katonah-Lewisboro Board of Education was dominated by discussion of a plan to do away with Junior Varsity sports for the fall semester. That plan had first been presented to the board Sept. 10.

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The New York State Public High School Athletic Association announced its 2019-20 Scholar-Athlete School of Distinction and School of Excellence Award winners last week and Fox Lane was among the honored districts.

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The New York State Public High School Athletic Association announced this past week that it has pushed the start date for high school scholastic sports to Sept. 21. Practices for fall sports were originally scheduled to commence Aug. 24.

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We are all used to getting word of another John Jay student-athlete committing to play lacrosse here or baseball there. But there are other sports and other student-athletes that will represent Jay on the next level.

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The Fox Lane golf, boys’ tennis and softball teams did not have an abundance of seniors expected on this spring’s rosters. Still, each had their final chance to represent their high school in a season snatched away by the virus.

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“The John Jay varsity golf team and I were looking forward with great anticipation to this spring season,” head coach Artie Blank said. “Last year, the team finished second in the section. With 10 out of 11 golfers returning, including three All-Section and one All-State golfer, we were pois…

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After two consecutive Section I/Class B crowns and last year’s trip to the state championship game, the seniors on the John Jay boys’ lacrosse team were looking to cap off their careers at the school with a state crown this season.